Credit-Crunched wrote: »
I wonder if they will have to pay FSCS levies....or even if the money will fall under the FSCS?
Who has heard of a dishonest priest......
Errata wrote: »
Really? Isn't it the parent's responsibility to educate their children in the ways of the world?
Archi_Bald wrote: »
Unfortunately some of them didn't get/want the right education to be able to teach their kids about saving.
puk999 wrote: »
I am all for children getting better financial education. I feel this should be done state-wide as part of the national curriculum though.
The church is in the business of believing in invisible sky daddies, and pretending to be the moral authority based on an ancient and barbaric book. I'm not quite getting the correlation between them and personal finance education.The cynic in me says the Archbishop has jumped on the current bandwagon of payday lending disgust for purposes of promoting his church as much as anything else.
I also wonder whether the CofE will collect together all the kids' £1s and invest it in weapons companies and Wonga like before?
jimjames wrote: »
Considering some can't even teach their kids to use the toilet, brush teeth or feed properly I think finance is pretty unlikely to be a priority.
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